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By Tom Sullivan 11:06 am January 03, 2012
Cliched jokes about corn fields (maize isn't Iowa's only export, but it is an important one) and long, flat, boring roads (the rolling hills are rather beautiful) notwithstanding, Iowa does rank among the most rural states.
By Stephanie Bouchard 10:56 am January 03, 2012
The Department of Justice announced late last week that GE Healthcare has paid more than $30 million to the government to settle False Claims Act allegations.
By Stephanie Bouchard 10:45 am January 03, 2012
GE Healthcare has paid more than $30 million to the government to settle False Claims Act allegations, putting to rest a years-long case related to a subsidiary's radiopharmaceutical product.
By Bernie Monegain 10:36 am January 03, 2012
The Premier healthcare alliance, a national performance improvement organization, has awarded a group purchasing agreement to Authentidate for the provision of remote patient monitoring telehealth solutions in the Premier Physiological Monitoring, Vital Signs category.
By Mike Miliard 10:25 am January 03, 2012
The National Committee for Quality Assurance has reached an agreement with Dallas-based Phytel, under which physician practices using the company's care management technologies can automatically meet certain NCQA requirements for recognition as a patient-centered medical home.
By Bernie Monegain 10:09 am January 03, 2012
Tuomey Healthcare System plans to go live in April with tele-ICU services aimed at boosting its patient monitoring and care in the intensive care unit.
By Noam Arzt, PhD, FHIMSS 09:52 am January 03, 2012
A pair of initiatives, with public and population health at their core, promise to address interoperability challenges.
By Tom Sullivan 08:55 am January 03, 2012
Half of all Iowans live in areas considered rural and that presents a handful of care delivery challenges.
By Mary Mosquera 08:10 am January 03, 2012
Iowans will use health care as a measure of candidate's view of the role and size of government and not as solutions to improve quality and lower costs.
By Diana Manos 10:39 am December 30, 2011
RadSite, a nationwide imaging assessment program, has reviewed more than 60,000 imaging systems located at 23,000 imaging facilities across the United States, officials at RadSite announced Thursday.

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